Peachtree Backup / Recovery Question

Posted on 2008-11-14
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Last Modified: 2013-11-15
I have an SBS 2003 server that has gone down, im mainly concerned with getting my Peachtree Data restored.  We currently have an NT backup of the entire company folder where the peachtree data is stored.  We also have a sonic wall backup of the entire company folder where the peachtree data is stored.  Will having the entire folder where the data is stored be enough to restore my peachtree data to the new server.

Or is peachtree they type of software that requires you to backup the software within the application inorder to restore the data?
Question by:DennisCoglianese
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andrew_aj1 earned 500 total points
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Having just the Peachtree company directory/files is all you need.
Good luck.

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Thanks for the response andrew aj1.  That's what we were hoping for!

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